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pbutler111

I wouldn't want people looking at it while we're eating. I just like to have it in the work area, to watch while I'm working.

   
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Judy

I live alone and often eat alone. I wouldn't mind having a TV that I can watch both when I'm working and when I'm eating. Would stop me from eating in my lap in the loungeroom (and occasionally spilling things)

One can always turn it off, when watching TV is not appropriate :-)

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Sabrina Choo

I've also installed CabiTV CT200 in my kitchen to keep me entertained or watch cooking shows while im cooking for my family. It has been great and love it. great post!

   

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